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Moving to Zephyr as Test Repository

I am planning to move some existing Test repo's to Zaphyr , coz its easy to keep all Issues and TC's on Same Login/system.Anyone using Zaphyr in big scale or any tips or Advices ?

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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Jul 08, 2019

Hi @Chathura Abeywickrama ,

I'm assuming you're referring to Jira server/on-premises; just to give you some additional options, you can also try Xray for Jira which gives you the ability to either organize tests in lists (we call them Test Sets) or in folders and sub-folders, in one thing that we call precisely the "Test Repository". 

Xray is tested and used in big scale scenarios; you can have a look at some in-depth tips related with performance here:

Xray also provides a built-in migration utility from Zephyr=>Xray.




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